Saturday, June 15, 2024

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THE INN, on Quonochontaug Pond in Westerly. /

Weekapaug Inn named to historic register

The Weekapaug Inn in Westerly, built in 1899 by Frederick Cyrus Buffum, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Jim and...
WINNING PLAYWRIGHTS, from left, back row, Nicholas R. Beaudoin, Jonathan Esteban, Boris Colindres and Claudia De La Hoz; front, Michael Martins and Samantha Acampora. /

Theater to let teens stage their own plays

All Children’s Theatre, a nonprofit theater company, has chosen four plays by local teens to be produced with a professional director and shown in...
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Eident to market Hockey East sponsorships

WAKEFIELD, Mass. – The Hockey East Association, a highly competitive regional collegiate hockey conference, has signed Providence-based Eident Sports Marketing to manage and market...
THE CONSERVATORY, at 12,000 square feet, with a 40-foot ceiling, is New England's largest indoor public garden. Above, a palm soars behind a flowering bird of paradise.  /

Rogers Williams Park’s new conservatory opens

PROVIDENCE – Mayor David N. Cicilline, Parks Supt. Alix R. Ogden and other dignitaries today joined in opening the new conservancy at the Roger...
MATTHEW THOMAS, chief sachem of the Narragansett Indian Tribe discusses last year's attempt to gain gambling rights for the tribe. /

Tribe sees hope in recent UMass poll

Narragansett Indian Tribe Chief Sachem Matthew Thomas used the results of a University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth poll of Rhode Island residents to reiterate his commitment...

R.I. residents favor <br>gambling rights for Narragansetts

DARTMOUTH – Rhode Island residents say, 2 to 1, that Congress should grant the Narragansett Indian Tribe the right to conduct gaming on its...
TONY SADLER, left, vice president of operations services at Brooks, presents a check to Jennifer Laurelli, the museum's director of development. With them, from left, are Jaedon Sadler of West Greenwich and R.J., Michael and Morgan Hancock of Cumberland. /

Brooks donates $300,000 to Children’s Museum

Brooks Pharmacy has given a $30,000 grant to the Providence Children's Museum to sponsor Brooks Pharmacy Free Sundays through December of this year, enabling...
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Challenges galore in $100M Temple project

The history of the Masonic Temple is an odd one, because, as far as histories go, this building doesn't really have one. Or, at...

Take control of travel expenses

Dear Dan: My small company is expanding its client base to other parts of the country. But our travel budget is tight. Any ideas?...
NEW PLANS: The Gatehouse Restaurant, closed since summer, is being reopened by its new owners as the Waterman Grille. /

The Gatehouse to reopen for more casual dining

The name outside hasn't changed yet, but with new staff being hired and renovations being made to the menu and décor, The Gatehouse Restaurant...
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